British Police have arrested two men and a woman in connection with a spate of computer attacks that have held innocent internet users to ransom.
UK Cybercrime investigator and Sophos consultant Bob Burls has been on the inside of some of the biggest law enforcement takedowns of the last decade.
Two British men have been sent to prison for their involvement in a criminal scheme that targeted students and managed to steal £1.5 million.
Despite the cross-border challenges of prosecuting cybercrime, the cops sometimes do get their man - or men.
We think it's worth reminding you when this happens.
A teenage boy, believed to go by the online handle "MLT" and to be a member of the notorious TeamPoison hacking gang, has been arrested by British police.
Police have arrested a 27-year-old man, suspected of defacing and hacking into the website of Britain's largest single abortion provider.
The Metropolitan Police has warned Windows users of a malware attack that poses as a message from the computer crime-fighting cops themselves.
Police arrest four men and two women in connection with a scheme that stole over a million pounds from British students.
London's Metropolitan Police Service has announced the conviction and sentencing of two Ukrainian cybercrooks.
The pair raided innocent victims' bank accounts of at least $4.5 million in just six months.
The Virus Bulletin conference is told about the investigation into a modern malware-writing gang.
But with only two of the cybercriminals sentenced, was justice really done?
A 22-year-old student has been charged by British police in connection with denial-of-service attacks carried out by the Anonymous hacktivist group.
Which begs the question - Is being an internet hacktivist really worth the risk?
UK police have arrested a man suspected of being involved in the LulzSec hacks and denial-of-service attacks.
Two British members of the notorious GhostMarket online cybercrime forum have been sentenced for hacks that stole details of thousands of credit cards and forced an online hosting company to go out of business.
A dawn raid by UK computer crime cops investigating WikiLeaks-related DDoS attacks results in the arrest of five people, aged 15-26.
Sir Paul Stephenson, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, has described how 'traditional' organised crime in Britain is "waking up to the profits and uses of e-crime" and that the authorities need to be properly funded to respond. Writing in the Sunday Read more…
19 people have been arrested by British police, under suspicion that they stole millions of pounds from online bank accounts by installing malware. Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Central e-Crime Unit (PCeU) swooped a number of addresses in a dawn-time Read more…
Britain's Police Central e-crime Unit (PCeU) have announced today that they have arrested two men as part of an eight month investigation into what is said to be the world's largest English-speaking online cybercrime forum. The underground website consisted of Read more…
Four London-based men, found guilty of using a sophisticated Trojan horse to steal money from online bank accounts, have been sentenced to a total of over 13 years in prison by a British court. The malware deployed by Azamat Rahmonov, Read more…